Today is The traditional start of Carnival in Brazil! (moved to april this year)
Either way it means it’s time to get our dancing shoes on!
So press play on the video below and let’s take a look at some vases all about dancing while listening to some samba!
Delphinus’ Light honours the entrancing dancing of Amphirite
Which put a spell on Poseidon and which inevitably led to Poseidon turning Delphinus into a constellation in the sky!
You can read more about Amphirite’s sweet moves here.
Largely misunderstood And tucked away in some corner of the dance floor of history
Are a series of small plagues/pandemics that occurred in Europe from 7th century to the 17th century. One of the most well known of these took place in 1518 in France!
Footloose tells the tale of a pandemic that is now long forgotten – which is a good thing, for we’d all be envious that we got stuck living through covid instead of the Dancing Pandemic!
“Flora’s Hope” celebrates a very special Roman goddess.
Flora was not only the goddess of flowers and spring, but she was also the goddess of youth and her initiates really knew how to throw a great party.
Read more about Flora and her LEGENDARY parties here.
Jambalaya and Iko Iko, my 2 favorite Cajun songs (for partying in New Orleans)
Fishin in the Dark
i love that song!